Huey landing on the "Saddle." They called this area the "Saddle" because the mountain was horseshoe shaped. On one side were US troops and on the other side were ARVN troops. Most of the 90 or so troops on the mountain were assigned to the various 4th Division units and they were responsible for re-transmitting signals from the field to the division headquarters. The Hooch just below them was occupied by a military intelligence ground station that received IR and camera footage from Army Mohawk aircraft. It was extremely interesting watching these guys work. Lou was down there the night that Nixon stopped the bombing of the North. They had a Mohawk flying along the border and there was a huge buildup of NVA troops and tanks. As soon as the bombing stopped they came across. It was quite a sight to see.